Radiant looking skin starts from within, just ask Roxy Jacenko. The business mogul recently opened up about a new addition to her anti-ageing regimen - beauty supplements.
Taking to social media Roxy wrote: “All for anything that will help reduce the inevitable - fine lines and wrinkles, hoping to look 38 for at least another 10 years.
Collagen is the protein that keeps skin looking firm, plump and youthful - these supplements are formulated to support your skin’s elasticity.
Roxy isn't the only A-lister wax lyrical about the benefits of skin-boosting supplements. The ingestible beauty trend is here to stay. Have you ever notice how many powders are founded youthful glowing women we admire? For example; Elle Macpherson, who founded WelleCo; Miranda Kerr who swears by her Kora Noni Glow powder; and nutritionist Carla Oates, who practically pioneered the craze with her probiotic rich range The Beauty Chef.
"We used to believe the old adage, 'you are what you eat'; now we take it one step further by stating 'you are what you absorb'," WelleCo nutritionist, Dr Simone Laubscher told marie claire Australia. "Applying topical [skincare] only treats the superficial layer of the skin. The skin is the largest organ of the body... it needs to be nurtured from the inside."
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